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Thread: Speed Scrap ~ Wed, January 26th @ 9pm

  1. #61
    Here's another one:

    Step 1: Choose one background paper and one solid or lightly textured paper
    Step 2: Choose a border (ie. Curved or some shaped border but not stitching) that stretches one side of your paper. You can choose to lay the border horizontal or vertically on your layout but it should be flush up with the edge of the paper.
    Step 3: Frame or mat your 3 photos
    Step 4: Tuck the photos under the border so they are peaking out from the border
    I try to take one day at a time, but sometimes several days attack me at once.


  2. #62
    When you have children in school and then college vacations are just something to dream about. We are trying to do some traveling now before we are tioo old. LOL

  3. #63
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    I've never really traveled so I'm pretty excited.






  4. #64
    And now for the answer your paper questions:

    Step 1: Choose one background paper and one solid or lightly textured paper
    Step 2: Choose a border (ie. Curved or some shaped border but not stitching) that stretches one side of your paper. You can choose to lay the border horizontal or vertically on your layout but it should be flush up with the edge of the paper.
    Step 3: Frame or mat your 3 photos
    Step 4: Tuck the photos under the border so they are peaking out from the border
    Step 5: You can choose which paper to use as your background and which to clip to your border to take on the shape of the border as best to work with your photos.
    I try to take one day at a time, but sometimes several days attack me at once.


  5. How exciting! I hope you have a wonderful time! All the pictures that I have ever seen have been beautiful!
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  6. #66
    I find travelling can teach you so much - you learn new cultures, meet new people - I love it! Wish I could afford to do it more.

    I'm glad you said to tuck the photos in Holly, because that's what I naturally did.


  7. I love to travel it is so fun. We enjoy it a lot. I wish we could do more.
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  8. #68
    Next to the last step!

    Step 1: Choose one background paper and one solid or lightly textured paper
    Step 2: Choose a border (ie. Curved or some shaped border but not stitching) that stretches one side of your paper. You can choose to lay the border horizontal or vertically on your layout but it should be flush up with the edge of the paper.
    Step 3: Frame or mat your 3 photos
    Step 4: Tuck the photos under the border so they are peaking out from the border
    Step 5: You can choose which paper to use as your background and which to clip to your border to take on the shape of the border as best to work with your photos.
    Step 6: add any embellishments you wish but include something vacation themed
    I try to take one day at a time, but sometimes several days attack me at once.


  9. #69
    So no limit on the amount of embellies?


  10. hmm going on a hunt:) be back in a few
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